The Internet gave Sean Robinson a very quiet Sunday when the Dale Youth Club boxer should have been putting himself about in the quarter-finals of the English Schoolboy Championships.
But it took his opponent's coaches one click of the mouse before they pulled out Andy McMahon from the Chadwell St Mary's club from their quarterfinal bout in Grays.
Robinson's reputation, and a 13-3 record after a quick Google, saw him sail through to the semis on February 21.
It was the same last week, when the 13-year-old should have been fighting Chris McDonagh in the pre-quarter final round in Oxford.
Coach Stevie Newland said: "Sean had already beaten McDonagh, and at Grays all they had to do was see what Sean has already achieved, and that was that."
Andrew Smith marched on in the U14, 63 kilo category for the North Kensington club without lacing a glove after the opposite corner also turned tail.
But Harry Connolly was suffering with a cough in his U12, 38 kilo match, and foolishly got into a brawl rather than a measured bout. Both he and Dale Banton from Stevenage decked each other,but the judges had no hesitation in unanimously giving Banton the nod.